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Tie the Knot at the Wythe Hotel's Traveling Pop-Up Chapel

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Starting on June 27th, the Wythe Hotel will open a three-day pop-up chapel on the outdoor roof deck of The Ideas bar, with a special package for engaged couples. For $1,500, you and your new spouse will get an hour long ceremony that can accommodate up to 20 people, an officiant (secular or non-secular), a champagne toast, and a photo of the wedding party to commemorate it all.

The chapel (pictured to the right) isn't just any hut of stained glass: it was created by artist Tom Fruin, and it's traveled all over Europe and the U.S.
· The Wythe Hotel [Official Site]